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eBook Romans on the Bay of Naples: A Social and Cultural Study of the Villas and Their Owners from 150 B.C. to A.D. 400 ePub

by John H. D'Arms

  • ISBN: 0674779258
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: John H. D'Arms
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harvard University Press; First edition (1970)
  • Pages: 264
  • ePub book: 1573 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1522 kb
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  • Rating: 4.7
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D'Arms, John . 1934 .

D'Arms, John . 1934-. Architecture, Domestic - Rome, Rome (Italy) - Social life and customs. Cambridge, Harvard University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Trent University Library Donation. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by station07. cebu on March 4, 2019. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata).

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Romans on the Bay of Naples: A Social and Cultural Study of the Villas and Their Owners from 150 B. C. to A. D. 400. John H. D'Arms. Hercules, Mummius, and the Roman Triumph in Aeneid 8.

Roman Villas - John H. D'Arms: Romans on the Bay of Naples. A Social and Cultural Study of the Villas and their Owners from 150 . Pp. xxii+252; 16 plates, 2 maps. Harvard University Press (London: Oxford University Press), 1970. Christ's College, Cambridge.

The author presents his book as a social and cultural study, an attempt to identify the Romans who owned coastal properties in Campania and to. .335 DE NOVIS LIBRIS IUDICIA J. H. D'ARMS, Romans on the Bay of Naples.

The investigation also includes the contacts between Romans and resident Campanians as well as the social structure of the local towns. Cambridge (Mass. Harvard University Press, 1970.

That was a villa rustica – a rustic villa, as distinguished from a villa urbana, which would have been grander D'Arms, John H. (1970).

That was a villa rustica – a rustic villa, as distinguished from a villa urbana, which would have been grander. The work of John D'Arms and particularly his book Romans on the Bay of Naples have been important in understanding the history and nature of the Roman Villa. In the Gulf of Naples, well-preserved examples include  . D'Arms, John H. Romans on the Bay of Naples: a social and cultural study of the villas and their owners from 150 . Harvard University Press.

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A Social and Cultural Study of the Villas and their Owners from 150 . Similar books and articles. 171. Princeton: University Press (London: Oxford University Press), 1951. Roman Imperial Art Cornelius C. Vermeule: Roman Imperial Art in Greece and Asia Minor. Xxiv+548; 185 Photolithographic Ills.

Best from John Dec. 29, 1970" From midway through the second century . the Bay of Naples was the center of fashion and cultivated leisure for the Roman aristocracy. Casual remarks in the letters of Cicero and random observations of Strabo, Statius, the younger Pliny, and Symmachus reveal that this coastal area of Campania was known for its villas and for its life of ease from the days of the late Republic. Mr. D;Arms, in a discerning social and cultural analysis, traces the developing stages of this era in history and its effects on Roman culture.

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Since all long-distance trade in the Roman world travelled by water, Roman harbour design and construction have special . May 1973 · Classical world.

Since all long-distance trade in the Roman world travelled by water, Roman harbour design and construction have special importance. Harbour excavation must be supplemented by analysis of the components of the hydraulic concrete, structural analysis of the cementing materials, and consideration of the design of the wooden formwork.

INSCRIBED FIRST EDITION dust jacket hardcover, free tracking number, clean NEW text, solid binding, NO remainders NOT ex-library, smoke free; slight gentle shelfwear / storage-wear; WE SHIP FAST. Carefully packed and quickly sent. 201613105 "For Marit, with the warm regards of the author, who has such memories of shared Italian experience going back to 1965, and who warmly recommends the present volume as an instant cure for insomnia. Best from John Dec. 29, 1970" From midway through the second century B.C. until 400 A.D., the Bay of Naples was the center of fashion and cultivated leisure for the Roman aristocracy. Casual remarks in the letters of Cicero and random observations of Strabo, Statius, the younger Pliny, and Symmachus reveal that this coastal area of Campania was known for its villas and for its life of ease from the days of the late Republic. Mr. D;Arms, in a discerning social and cultural analysis, traces the developing stages of this era in history and its effects on Roman culture. Please choose Priority / Expedited shipping for faster delivery. (No shipping to Mexico, Brazil or Italy.)